Category: Acupuncture Courses

Do You Understanding Acupuncture Licensing ?

| March 3, 2010 | 0 Comments | 254 views
Do You Understanding Acupuncture Licensing ?

All acupuncturists would like to be viewed as well qualified. However, some practitioners go overboard and mislead the public regarding their credentials. In fact, many acupuncturists take advantage of a loophole to add the title "doctor" to their name,

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What Does Acupuncture Treat?

| March 3, 2010 | 0 Comments | 1,233 views
What Does Acupuncture Treat?

Many acupuncturists tell prospective patients a statement about acupuncture that is undeniably false. In fact, if you speak to an acupuncturist who utters this phrase,

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The Third Lumbar Transverse Process Syndrome Treated by Electroacupunctur at Huatuojiaji Points

| March 1, 2010 | 0 Comments | 606 views
The Third Lumbar Transverse Process Syndrome Treated by Electroacupunctur at Huatuojiaji Points

32 cases of the third lumbar transverse process syndrome were treated mainly by
electroacupuncture at Huatuojiaji point of the first and second lumbar vertebrae, and

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British Medical Association Backs Acupuncture

| March 1, 2010 | 0 Comments | 252 views
British Medical Association Backs Acupuncture

The British Medical Association (BMA) published a report on Sunday acknowledging the scientific benefits of acupuncture.

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What is the meaning of meridians and collaterals

| March 1, 2010 | 0 Comments | 598 views
What is the meaning of meridians and collaterals

It is understood in TCM that the meridians (jing) and collaterals (luo) are pathways in which the qi and blood of the human body are circulated. They form a specific network which communicate with the internal organs and limbs and connects the upper to the lower and the exterior to the interior portions of the body.

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What is the composition of the meridian system

| March 1, 2010 | 0 Comments | 392 views
What is the composition of the meridian system

The meridian system consists of three parts: the principal meridians, the eight extra meridians and the twelve divergent meridians.

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How to Grasp the Meridians

| March 1, 2010 | 0 Comments | 361 views
How to Grasp the Meridians

Mastering the key points of the meridians and formation of the meridian system; the function and action of the meridians and clinical application; the course and flow, connection,

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What are The six pathogens In Acupuncture ?

| February 25, 2010 | 0 Comments | 622 views
What are The six pathogens In Acupuncture ?

The six pathogens are wind,cold,summer heat,damp,dryness and?re
(representing warmth and heat).

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The Meaning of Deficiency and excess

| February 25, 2010 | 0 Comments | 345 views
The Meaning of Deficiency and excess

Deficiency and excess are terms used to describe the relationship between the strength of a pathogen and the proportional strength of anti-pathogenic qi. An excess condition exists

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The Cold and hot in Chinese Acupuncture

| February 25, 2010 | 0 Comments | 502 views
The Cold and hot in Chinese Acupuncture

Cold and hot are manifestations of de? Ciency and excess of yin and yang.Cold is due to a predominance of yin, while hot is due to a predominance of yang.Cold syndromes

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